how can we help
Whether you need help coming to the UK, bringing family to join you, securing permanent residence or sponsoring overseas employees, we have the specialist expertise and experience to make it happen.
Our experts can provide up-to-the-minute & effective immigration advice for clients. We have extensive experience with the most complex and niche immigration matters, so no matter how challenging your circumstances, our team can provide specialist advice with a proven track record of success. We not only pride ourselves on high success rates and exceptional standards of immigration services, but also on fairness and transparency when it comes to costs. We believe our business begins and ends with our client and we are committed to providing the best client care and immigration advice in the UK.
Types of Matters
Understanding which type of visa a relative is eligible for can be complicated, so it is sensible to take specialist advice at an early opportunity. This can give you a much better chance of having your application accepted the first time without unnecessary delays or stress.
Our diverse team of specialist asylum & human rights solicitors will advise you throughout the process and talk you through the proof you need to provide to win your case. We can accommodate all languages with a network of translators available to assist us.
You can only appeal to the Tribunal if you have the legal right to appeal. You will be usually notified of your right to appeal in your decision letter. We will be able to review your refusal letter thoroughly, and advise you of your options accordingly.
There are several ways to become a British citizen. Some individuals may be born as British citizens, others will need to be registered, but most commonly individuals that have resided lawfully and settled in the UK will need to apply for naturalisation as a British citizen.
Leave to Remain
Indefinite Leave to Remain
Indefinite leave to remain (ILR) is suitable for those who want to make the UK their home and remain in the UK for the foreseeable future. A well prepared and well evidenced indefinite leave to remain application that meets the requirements of the immigration rules and leaves no stone unturned gives the Home Office no valid reason to refuse an ILR application.
A member of our immigration team will assess your eligibility for ILR by considering the minimum period that you are required to hold residence in the UK before applying for indefinite leave to remain. Most applicants can apply for ILR after meeting a residence requirement of five years, but this period can be shorter or longer.
We are always ready to help you
If you require advice or assisance with a pending or new dispute, don't hesitate to contact us and we'll endeavour to assist you in any way that we can.